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Project-Based Studio Learning

January 27, 2017

Many courses at Georgetown provide students outstanding faculty models for delivery of content. Smaller seminar courses enable students and faculty together to dig deeply into ideas and texts.

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Core Pathways

January 27, 2017

The Core Pathways project is an effort to rethink Georgetown's Core Curriculum as an opportunity for students to choose their own pathway through a single thematic. The pilot, which will launch in Fall 2017, will focus on climate change in its inaugural year.

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Modular Courses

January 27, 2017

Flexible structures such as modular courses allow faculty to balance their research programs with their teaching commitments, working with students in courses that thrive at the intersection of the two.

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Experience Wrapping

February 9, 2017

Experience wrapping courses connect students in diverse geographic locations in an online, mentored community so that they deepen the reflective dimensions of their community–based work, while simultaneously building skills–based knowledge that links theory and practice in real–time.

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Bridge Courses

January 27, 2017

Bridge Courses are an exciting new series of 1 credit classes exclusively designed for seniors and young alumni. Gain professional and personal skills, reflect on your experiences at Georgetown, and engage in discussions about​ how to lead a meaningful and fulfilling life.

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